Apple Introducing OS X “Yosemite”

Apple OS X Yosemite

In addition to introducing iOS 8, Apple also offers a first look at their new desktop operating system, OS X Yosemite.

During Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco on Monday (June 2), CEO Tim Cook took to the stage for the unveiling.

Yosemite will continue build upon the integration of iOS-style apps into the Macbook and iMac product lines, with hopes of making the entire range more seamless. Details include a new “Today” view in the Notification Center, a more intuitive “Spotlight” search, a new streamlined Safari browser, the ability to make and answer calls from your Mac, SMS viewing in the “Messages” app, a “Handoff” feature in which either device (Mac or iPhone) recognizes the last thing you were doing on the other, and much more.

The beta version of OS X Yosemite is only be available to developers for the time being, but it will be release in the fall. For more, visit Apple.com.

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